Nuclear Power Supervisory Regulation Number 7 In 2012

Original Language Title: Peraturan Badan Pengawas Tenaga Nuklir Nomor 7 Tahun 2012

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 655, 2012PERATURAN HEAD of the NUCLEAR POWER WATCHDOG AGENCY of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 7 in 2012 ABOUT the AGING MANAGEMENT of NUCLEAR INSTALLATIONS with NONREAKTOR GRACE GOD ALMIGHTY HEAD of the REPUBLIC'S NUCLEAR POWER WATCHDOG BODY, Considering: a. that the Nuclear Installation Nonreaktor consists of various systems, structures and components which may experience decreased performance due to aging which affect safety systems installation;

b. that to ensure the safety of Nuclear Installations to be done Nonreaktor the aging management of nuclear Installation Nonreaktor;

c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b need to set Rules the head Supervisory Management of Aging nuclear power Nuclear Installation Nonreaktor;

Remember: Act No. 10 years 1997tentang Ketenaganukliran (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3676);

Decide: define: HEAD REGULATORY SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT of AGING NUCLEAR POWER NUCLEAR INSTALLATION NONREAKTOR.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of nuclear power Supervisory Head this is: 1. The structure, systems and components important to safety are further abbreviated SSK are important for the safety of structures, systems, and components that become part of a system of safety and/or structures, systems, and components in a failed or malfunctions caused the occurrence of radiation exposure against workers or community members.

2. SSK SSK is Critically important to the safety and prone to aging.

3. Aging is the process of changing characteristics of SSK as a function of time and/or the result of the utilization of operating conditions that cause degradation of the material.

4. The effects of aging are the degradation caused by the aging of the SSK.

5. management of aging is activity of engineering, operation and maintenance in order to control the influence of aging on Critical SSK is still in acceptable limits.

6. The aging Management Program is the draft regarding the efforts that systematically and adequately manage the effects of aging towards Critical SSK.

7. Nuclear Installations Nonreaktor hereinafter abbreviated INNR is: a. facilities which are used for purification, conversion, enrichment of nuclear materials, nuclear fuel fabrication and/or repeated processing of used nuclear fuel; and/or b. the facilities used to store spent nuclear fuel and nuclear fuel used.
8. Surveilan aging is inservis inspection, monitoring parameters and performance test are performed within a certain time interval against the values of the parameters and SSK Critical to ensure the safety of nuclear installations.

9. Failure is the inability or impaired ability to function according to SSK acceptance criteria.

10. Qualifying Equipment is an effort to make sure the equipment important to safety can operate in accordance with the functions, operating conditions, and requirements set out, with attention to environmental conditions.

11. The holder of the permit hereinafter abbreviated PI is a person or entity that has received the permit utilization of nuclear power from the nuclear power Watchdog Agency.

12. Nuclear power Watchdog Bodies which are hereinafter referred to as the watchdog agency is BAPETEN is Act No. 10 of 1997 about Ketenaganukliran.

Article 2 this Regulation aims to provide the head of BAPETEN safety conditions that must be met by PI in exercising Management of aging to maintain the integrity and reliability of the SSK during the age of the installation.

Article 3 (1) of the regulation the head of BAPETEN applies to entire INNR including all supporting facilities.

(2) INNR as mentioned on paragraph (1) includes the following facilities: a. purification;

b. conversion;

c. nuclear material enrichment;

d. nuclear fuel fabrication and/or repeated processing of used nuclear fuel;

e. test post irradiasi a used nuclear fuel and reactor components; and/or f. storage of spent nuclear fuel and nuclear fuel storage installation that includes the former temporary and sustainable storage installation.

(3) in this Regulation the head of BAPETEN Aging INNR Management set about starting design activities up to operating activities.

(4) the provisions in the Regulations was conducted based on the head of BAPETEN on a multilevel approach, depending on the complexity of INNR.

CHAPTER II MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AGING article 4 (1) PI must specify Aging management programs at the stage construction INNR.

(2) a summary of the aging Management Program referred to in subsection (1) are listed in the safety analysis report.

(3) in determining the PI management programs Aging as referred to in subsection (1) must consider: a. all potential causes of aging include corrosion and wear and tear;

b. the relevant experiences of aging SSK on the nuclear industry and nonnuklir;

c. the specific working conditions and other conditions that accelerate aging.

d. new SSK conditions prior to use;

e. understanding the mechanisms and effects of aging SSK, for example through modelling of ageing based on the operating experience and research;

f. possibility can digantinya SSK;

g. current Aging Management practices;

h. the availability of methods of monitoring and restricting of aging; and i. the estimated age of the installation.

Article 5 (1) specific working conditions referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c include among other things: a. the moisture;

b. fluid chemistry;

c. radiation;

d. temperature;

e. the pressure;

f. vibration and rotation; and g. the flow.

(2) the other conditions referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) Letter c include, among others: a. changes in technology;

b. changes to the safety requirements;

c. wear and tear documents;

d. inadequate design; and e. errors in treatment and testing SSK.

(3) the documents referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. procedures;

b. technical drawing; and c. the limitations and conditions of operation.

Article 6 (1) Ageing management programme referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) contain: a. purpose and scope;

b. organizational structure and responsibilities;

c. SSK censorship;

d. identification of aging;

e. the aging management strategy;

f. implementation of the surveilan of aging;

g. the collection of data and information;

h. evaluation of aging; and i. the documentation and recording.

(2) the Format and contents of the aging Management Program referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of the regulation of the head of BAPETEN.


Article 7 (1) PI must implement management programs Aging began commissioning activities up to operating activities.

(2) the implementation of the Management of aging during the operations referred to in subsection (1) done by doing the coordination of all the relevant facilities and programs.

Article 8 (1) PI should do a phased Program of Aging Management referred to in article 7 paragraph (1) annually during the operation.

(2) the phased as referred to in subsection (1) must consider: a. modifications SSK INNR during the operation;

b. a history of operations and maintenance, including repair, commissioning, and surveilan;

c. data and its tendency of inspection activities inservis, monitoring parameters, and test the performance;

d. technological developments associated Management Aging;

e. the experience of aging relevant SSK on the nuclear industry and nonnuklir; and f. changes to regulations.

(3) in the event of a change of data as a result of phased, PI has to upgrade part of the longest Aging Management Program 3 (three) months after the phased results obtained.

(4) the PI can implement management programs Aging based on phased results referred to in paragraph (1) periodically every 5 (five) year during the operating phase CHAPTER III ORGANISATION of the MANAGEMENT of AGEING article 9 (1) PI should provide the resources needed in the implementation of the activities of the Management of aging.

(2) the resources referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. personnel possesses adequate qualifications and competence;

b. the cost of implementing the activities of the management of aging;

c. equipment and supplies; and d. method.

Article 10 PI must form the Aging Management Organization that consists of: a. the Coordinator; and b. the aging Management Group.

Article 11 (1) the Coordinator referred to in article 10 a must be part of the Organization pengoperasi.

(2) the responsibility of the Coordinator referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. coordinate the activities in the aging management programs;

b. coordinate the Aging management programs with other relevant programs;

c. monitor systematically the experience of operating on similar INNR results of research and development as well as related to the Management of aging, and evaluate its application against INNR;

d. assess and optimize management programs aging and Aging Management implementation reports;

e. optimize Program execution Management of aging;

f. evaluate training needs;

g. carry out periodic review; and h. increasing activities related to Ageing management programs.

Article 12 (1) the members of the Group Management of aging as stipulated in article 10 the letter b can come from outside your organization to pengoperasi.

(2) a member of the Group Management of aging as referred to in subsection (1) is composed of personnel who have expertise in the areas of: a. Design;

b. operation;

c. treatment;

d. engineering;

e. equipment qualification; and f. research and development.

(3) the aging Management Group referred to in article 10 the letter b in charge of at least:

a. carry out the aging management programs;

b. proposed management actions of aging to the Coordinator; and c. the aging Management of the implementation report.

Article 13 (1) PI should provide training on Aging Management to: a. the aging Management Group; and b. the personnel involved in the operation, maintenance, and engineering.

(2) the training referred to in paragraph (1) can be integrated with care training.

CHAPTER IV SCREENING SSK articles 14 (1) PI should do the screening against SSK SSK to determine critical.

(2) the Screening referred to in paragraph (1) was performed on the stage of construction based on a predetermined method.

Article 15 Critical SSK as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (1) must meet the criteria: a. not redundant;

b. is not easily repaired; and c. are not easily replaced.

Chapter V IDENTIFICATION of AGING of article 16 (1) PI must perform the identification of all potential causes of aging and its mechanism and the impact of aging on the SSK was critical.

(2) in conducting the identification referred to in paragraph (1), the PI must consider among other things: a. the operating parameters of the installation;

b. results of the research and development of related aging SSK critical;

c. structure of the components and materials;

d. SSK aging Critical experience that is relevant in the nuclear industry and nonnuklir;

e. testing requirements;

f. maintenance requirements; and g. the operating period has been estimated to be included at the time of pre-operation.

(3) the identification referred to in subsection (1) done started construction activities up to operating activities.

Article 17 (1) INNR must be designed to provide sufficient margin to anticipate the influence of aging on the whole SSK Critical during the age of the installation based on the results of the identification referred to in article 16 paragraph (2).

(2) the design as intended in paragraph (1) should provide the conditions for inspections inservis, monitoring parameters, and test the performance to assess the mechanisms of aging and to identify which behavior or degradation that may occur during the operation of the installation.

Article 18 PI must ensure that no storage environmental conditions speeds up the aging process of critical spare parts and SSK consumables.

AGING MANAGEMENT STRATEGY CHAPTER VI article 19 (1) PI must apply the aging management strategy in the implementation of the management of aging.

(2) the aging management strategies as referred to in subsection (1) is intended to ensure the integrity and ability of SSK required Aging management process through the application of a systematic, including detection and a barrier to the process of degradation of the SSK.

Article 20 the aging management strategy as outlined in article 19 paragraph (1) should identify potential weaknesses among other things: a. the inability to understand and predict the aging at the time of design and construction of INNR; and b. SSK premature aging.

CHAPTER VII IMPLEMENTATION of the AGING SURVEILAN Article 21 (1) PI must implement surveilan aging Critical commissioning activities began SSK up to operating activities.

(2) the aging of the Surveilan referred to in subsection (1) includes the following activities: a. inservis inspection;

b. monitoring of the parameters; and c. the performance test.

Section 22 (1) implementation of the aging surveilan SSK Critical as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (1) should use the right method.

(2) the feasibility of surveilan method of aging as referred to in paragraph (1) should be evaluated at regular intervals of at least 1 (one) time within 5 (five) years.

Section 23 inspection Activities inservis as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (2) letter a, among others: a. visual inspection;

b. examination of the surface;

c. volumetric inspection;

d. sampling liquid cooling for chemical analysis or radiokimia; and/or other testing techniques e..

Article 24 (1) the parameters of the monitoring activities referred to in Article 9 paragraph (2) letter b includes monitoring of the operating parameters to changes that can be measured, among other things: a. temperature;

b. moisture;

c. debit; and d. the pressure.

(2) the parameters referred to in paragraph (1) should be monitored regularly.

(3) the results of the monitoring of the parameters should be evaluated and its tendency to be determined early to forecast the onset of degradation due to aging.

Article 25 (1) performance test Activities as referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) Letter c is executed to obtain information about the tendency of the rate of degradation.

(2) performance test results referred to in paragraph (1) should be evaluated using the basic data obtained previously from designers and/or manufacturing to determine the feasibility of SSK critically.

(3) the results of the performance tests referred to in subsection (2) is used as additional data for the basic data to be used in the next test and record every action the fix should be saved.

Article 26 (1) performance test Frequency each SSK Critical should conform to the recommendations of the designer and/or manufacturing.

(2) the frequency referred to in paragraph (1) can be arranged on the tendency of the failure of the SSK critical and based on experience, including the experience of similar installations.

(3) any change in the frequency of performance test referred to in subsection (2) must be dijustifikasi.

CHAPTER VIII REPORTING of article 27 (1) PI must draw up a report on Aging Management implementation stages of the operation.

(2) the report of the implementation of the Management of aging as referred to in subsection (1) must be submitted as part of the periodic safety assessment report to the head of BAPETEN since the operating permit is issued.

(3) the report of the implementation of the Management of aging as referred to in paragraph (2) shall be drawn up in accordance with the format and content of the already determined.

(4) the Format and content of reports on the implementation of the aging Management as referred to in paragraph (3) are listed in annex II which are part an integral part of the regulation of the head of BAPETEN.

CHAPTER IX MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Article 28 (1) PI must apply a management system in carrying out the aging management programs.

(2) the management system referred to in subsection (1) must be integrated with systems management installation.

(3) the provisions concerning the management system referred to in subsection (1) are governed by regulation the head of BAPETEN.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 29 For INNR already operate and yet have Aging management programs at the time the regulation was published, the PI must set the longest Aging Management Program 2 (two) years after the date of enactment of these regulations.

CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS article 30 this Regulation comes into force head of BAPETEN on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations this with his head of BAPETEN in Republic Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on June 20, 2012, the HEAD of the REPUBLIC'S NUCLEAR POWER WATCHDOG AGENCY, the US NATIO LASMAN Enacted in Jakarta on June 25, 2012, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();